Lucie Horsch “Latest Big Thing in Recorder Playing”

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A few years back we filmed our first concert with the then-teenaged Dutch recorder player Lucie Horsch. While she was relatively little known at the time, the video went viral — earning over 200,000 hits. Today, in her early 20s, she is a leading ambassador for the recorder, which has claim to being the most beguiling classical instrument ever invented.

The evening’s recorder program includes Kulesha’s Concerto for recorder and small orchestra and Bach’s violin and oboe concerto — where Lucie and Karl Stobbe will share the stage as the piece’s soloists. Other stellar works on the program by Haydn and Michael Oesterle.

Program

  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Concerto for Violin and Oboe in D Minor (transposed), BWV 1060
  • Gary Kulesha
    Concerto for recorder and small orchestra
  • Michael Oesterle
    Scènes des bois
    World premiere of this arrangement, commissioned by the MCO with the assistance of the Canada Council for the Arts
  • Joseph Haydn
    Symphony No. 86 in D major, Hoboken I/86

Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/06/2022 - 09/06/2022
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Location
Westminster Church

Price Range
$15-36

Event Artists
Anne Manson, conductor. Lucie Horsch, recorder. Manitoba Chamber Orchestra.

Phone Number
204-783-7377

Event Website
www.themco.ca/concert/lucie-horsch-mco/

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  • Performance
  • Classification of ensemble/soloist

    • Chamber music
    • Classical music
    • Wind ensemble
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